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Is a question which would be applicable only to those in a certain country too localized? For those wondering, in this case, I'm thinking of a question about the distribution (by the employer to the …
asked Jan 15 '13 by GreenMatt
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As noted in the comments, a question like "What are some good IT cities to move to?" is difficult to address on (at least) two points : Firstly, the best choice for the poster is going to be very de …
answered Apr 6 '16 by GreenMatt
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Thanks for all you have done to make this site a success and best wishes to you and your family.
answered Nov 8 '18 by GreenMatt
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As the question says, are questions on topic if they come from volunteer activities, rather than from a paid workplace? To be clear, I am asking about situations that might also arise in a workplace ( …
asked Apr 21 '16 by GreenMatt
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As someone who's been in the workforce for a while, I have experienced some situations which others may encounter in the future. As such, I think it may be useful to pose questions about these situat …
asked Dec 3 '12 by GreenMatt
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By my understanding of what is said in the What "comments" are not . . . meta "question", the comment I posted to How do I bring up being misled about my job role during the interview period? really s …
asked May 22 '13 by GreenMatt
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Perhaps I shouldn't have included the caveat about legal advice in my answer to the question 'Provider is “cheating”, but I don't want to disclose how I found out'. Here's the paragaph in question: …
asked Mar 3 '16 by GreenMatt
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Some of this, it seems to me, is the nature of the site. On some of the more technical sites, there are questions where only a handful of people in the world may be able to answer. In fact, sometimes …
answered Jun 21 '19 by GreenMatt
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Generally, I think it's good to mark an answer as accepted. However, there have been times when I wasn't satisfied with any answers and didn't accept an answer. Also there have been questions which tu …
answered Jun 23 '16 by GreenMatt